Ok everybody, all together now on the count of three.
One, two, three… HAPPY FRINGE FESTIVAL!
With the annual Fringe Festival kicking off this Friday, a whole host of weird and wonderful pop ups, exhibitions, markets and shows will begin to fill up the city’s nooks and crannies.
One of which is the Little Rundle Street Art Party.
Conceptualised by local talent champion Claire Graham and her fellow Little Rundle Street Art project mates, this FREE Fringe event is all about bringing quality art to the people in the Little Rundle Street corridor.
Think of it as almost the gateway to the Garden of Unearthly Delights — an aesthetically pleasing AF laneway to all of the Fringey goodness.
Gathering artists from far and wide, as well those we call our own, Claire and the Little Rundle Street Art project have created a living and breathing exhibition.
Having previously showcased some of the country’s biggest talents at the Tin Cat, such as Emma Hack and Peter Drew back when they were wide-eyed and bushy-tailed, Claire has a both a keen eye and attitude when it comes to supporting local artists.
Look out for murals and pieces from the likes of Jimmy C (best known at the moment for that Bowie mural turned shrine in Brixton), as well as whole host of local and international artists.
Featuring everything that is good — art, food, music, dranks and vibes — the Little Rundle Street Art Party is the place to be for the chillest Fringe opening night experience in town. Did we mention it’s FREE?
What: The Little Rundle Street Art Party
When: Friday 12th of February, 6 – 10pm
Where: Little Rundle Street, between Fullarton Road and Dequetteville Terrace.
For more info, head to the Little Rundle Street Art Party Facebook page.
Images via Harriet McKay
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